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What Head bolts do you need to replace head gasket?

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2013-09-09 01:08:47
2013-09-09 01:08:47

Where can i order Head Bolts for a 1998 Mazda 626 2.0L?

Try your local auto parts stores. If you strike out with them, try the Dealership.

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replace head, head gasket, and head bolts.


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The head bolts will not have the same clamping capabilities, since they were stretched on the first installation. You may blow a head gasket due to the bolts losing torque.


you may want to tighten your head bolts, replace your head gasket. I would replace the gasket it and find out what the torqe specs are for the head


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I know for a 93 BMW 325is 2.5L DOHC 6chy. You might as well just go a head and buy the head gasket set it runs about 200$ at autozone. It comes with valve cover gasket, valve stem seals, and head gasket. But its also recommended to replace the cylinder head bolts also.


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